• 11175 Citations
1987 …2023

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Research Interests

Professor Seideman’s research group is engaged with theoretical and numerical research at the fascinating interface between chemistry, physics, and material sciences. Problems of specific interest include coherent control and coherence spectroscopies in isolated molecules and in dissipative media; quantum transport, current-driven dynamics and molecular machines; ultrafast nanoplasmonics and information guidance in the nanoscale; the interaction of matter with intense laser fields; and mathematical method development.

Education/Academic qualification

Theoretical Chemistry, PhD, Weizmann Institute of Science


Physical Chemistry, MSc, Weizmann Institute of Science


Chemistry, BSc, The Tel-Aviv University, Ramat-Aviv


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  • Research Output

    Beyond Marcus theory and the Landauer-Büttiker approach in molecular junctions. II. A self-consistent Born approach

    Sowa, J. K., Lambert, N., Seideman, T. & Gauger, E. M., Feb 14 2020, In : Journal of Chemical Physics. 152, 6, 064103.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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  • Modeling optical coupling of plasmons and inhomogeneously broadened emitters

    Purcell, T. A. R., Sukharev, M. & Seideman, T., Mar 28 2019, In : Journal of Chemical Physics. 150, 12, 124112.

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  • Determining the Molecular Dipole Orientation on Nanoplasmonic Structures

    Purcell, T. A. R., Yochelis, S., Paltiel, Y. & Seideman, T., Jul 26 2018, In : Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 122, 29, p. 16901-16908 8 p.

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    Emergence of Landauer transport from quantum dynamics: A model Hamiltonian approach

    Pal, P. P., Ramakrishna, S. & Seideman, T., Apr 14 2018, In : Journal of Chemical Physics. 148, 14, 144707.

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